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Mulayam submits resignation to UP Governor

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav has submitted his resignation to UP Governor TV Rajeswar, after conceding defeat in the just concluded elections.

Lucknow, May 11 : Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav has submitted his resignation to UP Governor TV Rajeswar, after conceding defeat in the just concluded elections.

The Governor has reportedly asked Mulayam to continue till the next Chief Minister is installed in the state.

On emerging out of the Raj Bhawan after submitting his resignation, Mulayam told media persons that what gave solace to him was that the Congress was finished in these elections, and that the fight was between two regional parties - his Samajwadi Party and the BSP.

He said that his party was pitted against the Election Commission (EC) and that the latter ran a parallel government in Uttar Pradesh. He also said that he respected the people's mandate.

He claimed that his party lost the polls because the people at large couldn't understand his party's policies.

On the occasion, he praised his general secretary Amar Singh's hard work while campaigning for the party.

The next assembly is to be constituted by May 14, which is when Mayawati is expected to take oath of office and secrecy as the State's next Chief Minister.

ANI

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